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Loretta Berry is a freelance travel writer and photographer. She loves discovering new places, learning its history, and experiencing the local food and drink. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States. She loves traveling with her kids and grandkids, sharing with them her passion for fun and adventure. She is a member of both ITWPA and TravMedia.
Amy’s passion for traveling and writing started at a young age. She grew up traveling with her family — visiting three continents by the time she was 16. She’s always looking for her next trip and isn’t happy until she has at least one (or two) on the horizon. She is most fulfilled when she’s exploring new areas like a local and finding good deals on travel and activities.
Amy studied broadcast journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She started her career as a TV news producer in Tulsa and Denver, winning 4 Emmy Awards for her work. She’s also worked in production for HGTV and as a spokeswoman for a small Colorado mountain town.
Amy is married with two young kids. Both kids got their passports before age one, as it’s her goal to instill the travel bug in them from a young age. If you can’t find Amy at an airport, you can find her trying out new restaurants, reading, or running.
A trip across the country in a Pontiac station wagon at age nine sparked Peggy’s lifelong love of travel. Her passion for travel has taken her to 49 states, Europe, the Caribbean, South Korea, and Australia. She loves to share tips from her almost 50 years of touring. She writes about topics such as cruises, road trips, couple’s getaways, and trips with your favorite gal pals.
She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest which is one of the most beautiful areas in the United States. Her work can be found in Northwest Travel and Life Magazine, 253 Lifestyle Magazine, as well as other regional publications. The name of her travel blog came about from her friends constantly asking her, “Peggy, Where Should I Go?“